The idea of Bitcoin was crafted way back in 1998 before its official introduction in 2009, based on court testimony and traces of Dr. Craig Wright being active in information technology.
Dr. Craig Wright, Latif Ladid, Brendan Lee, and Owen Vaughan were panelists for the Digital Around the World webinar, where they tackled new concepts on leveraging the BSV blockchain's capabilities.
In this episode of the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream, Jake Jones of Bitcoin Association talks about the plan to take Bitcoin to unbounded scaling, updates on Teranode, what’s happening in the BSV ecosystem, and more.
Dr. Satya Gupta, who shared the stage with Dr. Craig Wright and Latif Ladid at Enterprise Utility Blockchain Summit in Bangalore, says that India will continue to be the world leader in IPv6 adoption.
India was once the world’s supreme power, and IPv6 Forum President Latif Ladid says that with its tech talent, the country can reclaim its spot through blockchain and IPv6.
The two-day event in Turkey tarts on November 15 and will feature experts including Dr. Craig Wright, Latif Ladid, and more.
The conference is aimed at developers, entrepreneurs, and students at Turkey’s top universities and will be held at the TİM Show Centre in Istanbul on 15 and 16 November.
The agenda’s inclusion of blockchain technology was a driver for a number of the professionals and academics in attendance, especially from an enterprise level perspective.
Latif Ladid is on a mission to foster the evolution of the Internet from IPv4 into IPv6, and as he told CoinGeek Backstage on the sidelines of the Global IoT Summit in Dublin, IPv6 will finally restore the Internet's secure end-to-end model.
The former Lord Mayor of Dublin believes that IoT is going to impact every other area of our lives, from how we live to how we work and much more.
In his panel discussion, Dr. Craig Wright outlines the possible changes Bitcoin and IPv6 could usher in, including faster device interaction, automated contracts, distributed data storage and validation, and more.